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ermoldaker mikekazimer's article
Dec 9, 2018 at 23:30
Dec 9, 2018
Field Test: Stumpjumper vs Remedy vs Process vs Bronson vs SB150
@Skarhead89: what he said. I dropped 7-10kg (I was 102kg) over the last 2 months and riding is far more fun than it's ever been. It'll be good to see what the next 7-10kg does - other than increase my life expectancy.
ermoldaker mikelevy's article
Nov 1, 2018 at 0:45
Nov 1, 2018
This New Tire Doesn't Look Like a Minion - Taipei Cycle Show 2018
@Cezcez1928: I don't think you deserved down voting. Rolling resistance is equally important on both wheels... Except, I suppose, people are often happier to trade this off for grip in the front. It doesn't mean it has any less of an effect on the front though.
ermoldaker mikelevy's article
Nov 1, 2018 at 0:43
Nov 1, 2018
This New Tire Doesn't Look Like a Minion - Taipei Cycle Show 2018
@MtbSince84: how does friction affect rolling resistance if the tyre isn't slipping?
ermoldaker alexcgevans's article
Oct 29, 2018 at 13:21
Oct 29, 2018
Review: Orange Stage 6 RS
Doesn't everyone like to be pumped and worked hard?
ermoldaker mikelevy's article
Oct 25, 2018 at 14:27
Oct 25, 2018
First Look: Trust Performance's $2,700 Carbon Fiber Linkage Fork
It's bad form for employees of trust to dislike comments.
ermoldaker mikelevy's article
Oct 25, 2018 at 4:08
Oct 25, 2018
First Look: Trust Performance's $2,700 Carbon Fiber Linkage Fork
I thought carbon fibre is generally used because you need less of it...
ermoldaker mikelevy's article
Oct 25, 2018 at 4:06
Oct 25, 2018
ermoldaker Nukeproofinternational's article
Oct 21, 2018 at 1:15
Oct 21, 2018
Nukeproof Unveils 2019 Bike Lineup
@scottlink: a bottle covered in mud and shit
ermoldaker Nukeproofinternational's article
Oct 21, 2018 at 1:15
Oct 21, 2018
Nukeproof Unveils 2019 Bike Lineup
@Muckal: it would sit nicely around the stanchions
ermoldaker paulaston's article
Oct 4, 2018 at 11:22
Oct 4, 2018
First Ride: Ohlins New RXF36 Trail Fork & TTX Air Shock
@projectnortheast: in Europe, Öhlins products have been consistently cheaper than Fox suspension, meaning it's a no brainer to go Öhlins. Their products have this mystical feeling of being consistently non-descript. No big bottom outs, no major transmissibility to the bike chassis or horrid noises and a simple guide to setup. The level of dynamic control is totally unparalleled in the MTB world. I think calling the imperfections in their prior products mistakes is a bit of a leap as they are pretty awesome. I think maybe their bracketing is a bit narrow for the general market, so unless you know your shim stack is correct for your weight, then you have to take it in for some work but this results in better performance when you're in the correct bracket. My only actual gripe is that Öhlins won't supply their oil so I can't do a lower service without taking it in - and I like to do these regularly. Fix that please Öhlins
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